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Videos List

ICAM2022(ESA) InssTek

InssTek presented on the topic Additive Manufacturing - Process Development III at ICAM2022 on Thursday, March 10th, 14:00(CET): Multi-Material Rocket Nozzle Manufacturing Process – From Materials Research to Manufacturing with Direct Energy Deposition(DED) It was an opportunity to explain the technical difference between DED technology and the rocket nozzle manufacturing process to show the possibility of developing more applications in the aerospace industry.

Multi-Material Rocket Nozzle(Full Ver.)

A full video of the multi-material rocket nozzle manufacturing process! At the 1st International Conference on Advanced Manufacturing(ICAM) hosted by ESA and NASA, InssTek presented "Multi-Material Rocket Nozzle Manufacturing Process – From Material Research to Fabrication with DED(Direct Energy Deposition)" on the topic. In the future, DED technology will greatly contribute to the space industry, and check out InssTek's technological differentiation through the multi-material rocket nozzle video.

Industrial application of white metal

The white metals are any of several light-colored alloys used in the base as well as for things like bearings. Especially It has a low coefficient of friction and is used as a lining material for bearings. - Application: Shaft-Bush Bearing (Cladding on Base Plate) - Base Material: Carbon Steel - Printed Material: White Metal - Size(mm): Outer - 170 / Inner - 130 / Length - 120 - Printing Time: 1 hour This is a case in which applied for prototype testing to it is easy to manufacture and repair, so laser cladding on bearing inner metal.

Multi-Material Rocket Nozzle

We have completed the production of a multi-material rocket nozzle. - Material : Nimonic75(90%), IN718(Outer) + Al-Bronze(Cooling Channel & Inner) - Size : Width - 420mm(Top)/382mm(Bottom), Height - 552mm - Machine used : MX-1000 (SDM2400) - Production period : 200hr It wasn't easy to print but completed without trial and error with the efforts of many staff and our stable technology. In the future, expect InssTek to make a significant contribution to the aerospace industry and take a leap forward. A full video of the production process will be released later. See you soon! The difference is Value.

Metal AM(Additive Manufacturing) Technology

COMTES FHT specializes in applied research of metallic materials dealing with developments in the field of additive technologies at the experimental workplace. For research, Technologies and machines used DED (Directed Energy Deposition) metal 3D printer. The InssTek's MX-600 uses the Powder blown method, in which a powder that is entrained by an inert gas is injected into a laser-exposed area and used primarily for research purposes to advance the field of additive technology. ▶ https://www.comtesfht.com/additive-manufacturing

Repeatability Test for MX-Lab

Repeatability Test for MX-Lab (Comparing Composition Change of 5 FGM Sample Made in Parallel) This experiment is about MX-Lab’s Repeatability. For your reliable research, Repeatability is very important. The component analysis of five Stellite6 + SS316L FGM(Functionally Graded Material) samples stacked at once shows a similar compositional distribution. Through this test, we confirmed that the feeder of MX-Lab can supply and control powder consistently.

New DMT Technology LFM-2

New Technology Zoom Optics & Moving Vision Zoom Optics Zoom Opic type AM-Module is the key solution to improve process efficiency and deposition quality. Since the lens magnification can be controlled with software, it is possible to change the lens magnification value during deposition. DMT Moving Vision The vision parts move vertically to increase the degree of shape freedom while maintaining optimal quality by continuously applying DMT technology. InssTek's simultaneous 5-Axis AM-CAM predicts the expected point of collision between the vision parts and the printed part and operates the vision part to avoid it. Video demonstrates the LFM-2 operation and how it works in your projects.